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As experts from Christie's inspect a Picasso artwork found in an attic its finder says he will use any money it may bring him to track down his Russian relatives.
Depictions of conflicts, protests and battles invade Tate Britain as Fighting History brings the past into the present day.
The career of Victorian artist Richard Dadd was overshadowed by psychotic illness, murder and incarceration. A new exhibition of his works at Watts Gallery in Surrey explores a rare and visionary talent.
Artist recalls "great rapport" with Oscar Pistorius as portrait abandoned after arrest goes on display
Artist Natalie Holland, who was creating her third portrait of Oscar Pistorius when news of his arrest broke, says running made the Olympian "feel alive".
Three Waterloo paintings from the collection of the National Army Museum have joined the VanGoYourself website and are now ready for people to recreate in time for Waterloo200.
Spain's contemporary art mecca holds the third leg of a 40-year retrospective which celebrates the controversies and successes of one of the art world's biggest names.
Twelve newly commissioned portraits of D-Day veterans have gone on display at The Queen's Gallery, Buckingham Palace, to mark the 71st anniversary of the Allied invasion of Normandy.
As the Affordable Art Fair attempts persuade people to invest in something more lasting than beer and shoes a new study finds that we spend barely any money on original art.
One of the most widely viewed art commissions in the world, the pocket Tube map, gets a new cover courtesy of Pablo Bronstein's meditation on Baroque clocks and time travel.